Central Synagogue, a Reform congregation in New York with 2,300 families as members, reopened on Monday after being closed for five days for a bed bug fumigation.
BUFFALO GROVE, Ill. – MTA Subway stations throughout New York City are closing their doors to unwanted pests with the installation of Xcluder Rodent-Proof Door Sweeps.
The sweeps, featuring reinforced neoprene gaskets lined with Xcluder rodent-proof fill fabric, are installed on the stations' refuse room doors and designed to create an impenetrable barrier against rats and mice. Since late 2013, more than 100 stations have installed Xcluder Door Sweeps, creating a noticeable drop in the number of rat sightings throughout each station. By the end of 2015, more than 400 Xcluder Sweeps will be installed across 200 Subway stations in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
CAMARILLS, Calif. — A.R.M. Solutions and Service Pro announced the availability of their seamless integration to help pest control companies reduce bad debt while maintaining the relationship with their customers.